The Road to Forgiveness is a Journey Toward Freedom

“If unresolved anger is a toxin to the spirit, forgiveness is the antidote,” wrote Brian Luke Seaward in his book, Stand Like Mountain, Flow Like Water: Reflections on Stress and Human Spirituality. When people get hurt, they often react with resentment, anger, rage, even hatred. While some of these feelings may be appropriate responses, holding Read more »

The Signs of Good Co(operative)-Parenting

To be a good parent demands untold commitment and requires that you make countless decisions every day—about babysitters, schools, friends, bedtime and homework routines. It’s not a glamorous job, but it promises the greatest reward one could ever ask for: a child’s love. But when separation, divorce or remarriage occurs, parenting becomes co-parenting, and what Read more »

Divorce Coaching Podcast: Facing Divorce? How a Divorce Coach Could Make All the Difference

Recently I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Psychotherapist & Relationship Coach, Susan Lager, of the Couples Center PLLC for her podcast Couplesspeak. Whether you’re facing a Divorce or currently in the process of a Divorce, this podcast would be very helpful for you to listen to.   In this episode Facing Divorce? How a Divorce Read more »

8 Characteristics Of Emotionally Resilient People

8 Characteristics Of Emotionally Resilient People | Lisa McNally | Best Interest Coaching

“Emotional Resilience” refers to one’s ability to adapt to stressful situations or crises. More resilient people are able to “roll with the punches” and adapt to adversity without lasting difficulties, while less resilient people have a harder time with stress and life changes. Emotional Resilience gives us the freedom to be ourselves and follow our Read more »